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with Mia Comis, NREMT, AHA Instructor
For youth ages 12 and up. Become an informed and valuable childcare provider! This course includes the BLAST program by the American Academy of Pediatrics. Learn about developmental stages, bottle-feeding, diaper changing, safety, and age appropriate activities. Includes American Heart Association Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid, CPR and AED use for the adult child and infant. First aid topics include prevention, recognition and treatment for medical emergencies and injuries. Registration: $75. YOU MUST REGISTER BY MARCH 21ST
Participants should bring a bag lunch and drinks in spillproof containers.
with Alan Audet
What's in your backyard? Imagine what you might learn from a trail camera! This class will teach you the basics of trail cameras, including where and how to set up - and how to secure one for monitoring wildlife movements for research or simply for the enjoyment of knowing what is in the woods around your home.
Buying or Selling a Home
with Tammy Dumais
Thinking of buying or selling? During this class, Tammy will discuss tips for both! Which renovations will give you a return when selling and which ones will not? What are key items to look for when buying? Learn about lending, the steps to becoming pre-approved and if you're selling, how to make your home eligible for different types of lending, which in turn attracts more buyers!
with Nathalie Roy
Bring a small piece of wooden furniture to this class to create the vintage, cottage, antique or modern look you desire. Give your furniture or cabinets a fresh new look with this simple painting method - at a fraction of the cost of buying new! No experience required!
Please bring to class: Small wooden piece of furniture cleaned in degreaser such as Dawn. Paint brush. Fine sandpaper. Furniture wax. Rags. Chalk paint (read manufacturer’s suggestion for amount of paint needed for your project).
with Ellen Dore
Did you make a resolution to eat "better" this year? What are the pros and cons of some of the fad diets out there? If you are planning a healthier start to 2019 and need some tips for making better choices and healthier snacks, don't miss this class with our RSU 16 Food Service Director. Learn about making better, more sensible choices to help those resolutions stick!
with Cheryl Horton
Join us for a fun morning of healthy living as we learn about and create natural solutions for everyday products using essential oils. Cheryl will discuss the many uses for oils, quality and safety, and what to consider when choosing them for your own use. Participants will create a spray for cleaning, a "flu bomb" roller and a jar of mouthwash to take home. Bring your questions about incorporating aromatherapy into your everyday life!
Essential Oils - Detox Your Home!
with Cheryl Horton
Home should be the safest place on earth, but sometimes it really is a hotbed for disease-causing bacteria and inflammation-inducing toxins. In this class we will talk about the impact of these toxins on our bodies and give you tips for detoxing your home with essential oils to build a healthy environment for you, your family and your pets! Leave with at least two DIY items that you can put to use right away in your home - and recipes for many more.
Food Restrictions and Dietary Needs
with Kristin Ross and Katrina Seeley
From vegan to dairy- and gluten-free, participants will learn some fun recipes and substitutions to accommodate these dietary needs! Cooking for special needs doesn't have to be a chore! Enjoy some snacks and get some meal prep ideas to have healthy, filling meals that also meet dietary requirements.